BLACK & LATINO
Capital & Solutions to Battle the Rising Racial Wealth Gap
AUGUST 23-25 | GRAND HYATT TAMPA
OUR 2023 CORPORATE
Building Black & Latino Intellectual Bandwidth through Access to Capital, Affordable Housing & Small Business
NMCRC hosts the 2023 National Black & Latino Economic$ Summit this year in Tampa, FL, determined to level the playing field for Black and Latino communities. Through increased access to capital and solutions for small businesses and non-profit organizations, we will continue to develop strategies to close the racial wealth gap and build economic growth throughout our communities.
This summit is an opportunity for high-level corporate bank representatives and business professionals to foster relationships and yield millions in viable deals for grassroots organizations. Over 400 participants are expected to be in attendance!
Thanks to our corporate bank sponsors, we have granted a minimum of 200 Black & Latino-led nonprofit leaders scholarships covering all or a partial amount of their travel expenses and accommodations!
KNOWLEDGE · SOLUTIONS · ACTION
SUMMIT SESSION TOPICS
Access to Capital
Attendees will learn the practical steps to accessing capital and construction lines of credit for their non-profit or small business without the use of government assistance. The summit will connect you with nationwide and local banks and financial institutions dedicated to working for minority-led and operated organizations.
Affordable Housing Development
Learn the basics of building profitable affordable single-family housing using our market-based model. Attendees can also explore purchase/loan products as well as access construction lines of credit available to Black & Latino organizations looking to grow their affordable business.
Black & Latino Small Business
Small Business is the backbone of the nation, attendees will learn the basics of small business financing — what is needed to obtain a loan of funds through financial institutions without government assistance. We also help you connect the dots when it comes to Business administration and capital investment.
Racial Economic Inclusion
join open forums and panel discussions with corporate bank leaders to discuss the lack of access to capital stunting critical economic growth in predominately Black and Latino communities. We'll discuss the modernization of the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) and the fight against the lack of racial economic inclusion in the baking industry. "The Alliance to Close the Racial Welth Gap" will be updating its initiatives and success with top banks in the nation.